Through Oct. 31, Early Voting Time Travels You to Nov. 2’s Election Day

Through Oct. 31, Early Voting Time Travels You to Nov. 2’s Election Day

Daily through October 31, Early Voting allows you to have your say in the Nov. 2 General Election by taking care of that important citizenship task at your convenience (well, within available hours, which are daily and pretty long). There’s just one catch, if you can call it that: Your vote must be cast at […]

Getting to Know You: Mark Levine, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

Getting to Know You: Mark Levine, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

“Where do you see yourself at this time next year?” wasn’t always such a loaded question. Before COVID-19, forward thinkers could confidently project ahead 365 days to find themselves seated in a restaurant booked to capacity, rubbing shoulders with fellow theatergoers, or making good on the “If I’m elected” promises that swept you into office. […]

Getting to Know You: Kim Watkins, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

Getting to Know You: Kim Watkins, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

“Where do you see yourself at this time next year?” wasn’t always such a loaded question. Before COVID-19, forward thinkers could confidently project ahead 365 days to find themselves seated in a restaurant booked to capacity, rubbing shoulders with fellow theatergoers, or making good on the “If I’m elected” promises that swept you into office. […]

Getting to Know You: Elizabeth Caputo, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

Getting to Know You: Elizabeth Caputo, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

“Where do you see yourself at this time next year?” wasn’t always such a loaded question. Before COVID-19, forward thinkers could confidently project ahead 365 days to find themselves seated in a restaurant booked to capacity, rubbing shoulders with fellow theatergoers, or making good on the “If I’m elected” promises that swept you into office. […]

Finding the Right MBP for Chelsea, and Other Online Events From the New Usual Suspects

Finding the Right MBP for Chelsea, and Other Online Events From the New Usual Suspects

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | In this age of making adjustments for the lack of public gatherings because of COVID-19, anything is possible. Who, pre-pandemic, would have thought Manhattan Community Board 4 would have a YouTube channel, teeming with archival video of its many committee and full board meetings? And who could imagine so many of […]

Getting to Know You: Lindsey Boylan, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

Getting to Know You: Lindsey Boylan, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

“Where do you see yourself at this time next year?” wasn’t always such a loaded question. Before COVID-19, forward thinkers could confidently project ahead 365 days to find themselves seated in a restaurant booked to capacity, rubbing shoulders with fellow theatergoers, or making good on the “If I’m elected” promises that swept you into office. […]

Getting to Know You: NYS Senator Brad Hoylman, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

Getting to Know You: NYS Senator Brad Hoylman, Candidate for Manhattan Borough President

“Where do you see yourself at this time next year?” wasn’t always such a loaded question. Before COVID-19, forward thinkers could confidently project ahead 365 days to find themselves seated in a restaurant booked to capacity, rubbing shoulders with fellow theatergoers, or making good on the “If I’m elected” promises that swept you into office. […]

Meet the Candidates for Manhattan Borough President

Meet the Candidates for Manhattan Borough President

TEXT & PHOTOS BY DONATHAN SALKALN | Like firemen rushing into a building already in flames, candidates everywhere are lining up to run for office in a city facing the bleakest of futures: homelessness, hunger, citywide-bankruptcy, shootings, empty office buildings, a fleeing tax base, converted condos where badly needed hospital beds should be, and a […]